Researchers tracking a Russian hacker group’s control center found a speck of pixels from China that were piggybacking their own infiltration. And then things got even weirder.
‘The document strongly suggests that private information obtained using the government’s secret spying tools is bleeding into certain ICE investigations,’ an ACLU lawyer says.
In new letter to AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, Ron Wyden gives the giants a deadline to come clean on closing the SS7 loophole that hackers have exploited for decades.
The White House wants to warm up to Moscow, eventually. But CIA veterans say we tried that.
In a first-of-its-kind revelation, a declassified document shows a firm fighting off the signature mass surveillance authority of America’s biggest spy agency.
The woman arrested for spilling secrets likely put her foreign-language skills to use translating intercepted communications at the “Sweet Tea” center in Georgia.
Officials tell The Daily Beast the decision came as a result of intel analysts failing to comply with measures designed to protect citizens’ constitutional rights.